As the 2017 Winner of the BBB Torch Award, Aloha Construction is an Illinois construction company that exemplifies success and excellence.

For Aloha Construction, which is a Lake Zurich, Illinois-based construction company, winning the Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics exemplifies how this local roofing and siding company shows fairness and is ethical and charitable to employees, clients and members of the local community.

President and CEO of BBB, Steve J. Bernas noted that the winners of this award understand how crucial that employees, stakeholders, community members and other stakeholders are to their businesses’ favorable outcome. BBB’s 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics praises companies who believe in treating their customer’s with respect.

As the CEO of Aloha Construction, Dave Farbacky has exemplified a corporate executive who has treated his employees fairly and been thoughtful to his community. Farbacky has also been generous to those employees who have excelled by doing their very best. By treating some of his employees who have been top performers to a business trip to Maui, Hawaii, he has shown his many employees that he is happy to acknowledge their excellent work over the years.

Aloha Construction’s mission is to make sure that their customers and stakeholders who are living in and around Lake Zurich, Illinois, receive top service. Customers and stakeholders who choose Aloha Construction can be confident knowing that Farbacky’s company provides a 10-Year Craftmanship Warranty that is part of the contract. This 10-year Warranty guarantees that Aloha Construction strives for a high level of quality in its craft and resolve to hold good to its name.

Concerning philanthropic efforts, Dave Farbacky has teamed up with Omni Youth Services. This partnership led to an all-expense aid Christmas shopping spree for a family in need, thanks to Aloha Construction. Farbacky has also partnered with the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) concerning charitable works. The Dave Farbacky Foundation, which is the branch of Farbacky’s construction company had partnered with Learning Express Toys to create the initiative called Constructing Childhood Memories: Shopping Spree for local children in need. Just recently, Farbacky was responsible for providing a dozen Chicago Bulls box seats to a kid who had been diagnosed with a congenital heart condition.